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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE LETHBRFDGE DAILY HEBALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, Iff m a THOUSANDS r TTf IH im Con Lr-CblKobinson 'v; Recruiting statistics alone fail to do justice to the splendid work Western Canada is doing in this crisis or the Empire. To really appreciate it one must see a "march-past" of such superb Western Battalions as are concentrated at Camp Sarcee. As the men of these different Battalions "pal" together, comparing notes and equip- iment, no private addition to the kit comes in for more commendation and envy than the Gillette Safety Razor. For if ever anything proved its worth, the Gillette has done so in this war. in training camps billets in France- even in the first-line trenches where shaving would seem an impossible luxury the trusty Gillette is helping thousands of our gallant officers and men to maintain their usual standards of personal cleanliness. 204 If there's a man at Camp Sarcee whose comfort interests you, give him a Gillette Safety Razor! 15cea- 2 for 30c 'A newiuilstateheU light weight tape unarter than a soft collar TOOKE COLLARS .Admitted the best quality best fitting in TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL HAND IS OUT -OF SPLINTS Red May Take Place In -.the Big Series Bostou, Sept. 29.--R6servatious in the'world series games to be played In this city if tlio Red Sox retain their league leadership will be allotted on a basis of superior mail applications, acknowledgment of which will be for- warded by mail. It is expected to start the machinery distribution Wednesday. Not more than four tickets will .he allowed to one appli- cant. Heinle Wagner and Jack' Barry, who with Manager Carrigan, have formed the team's ".board of have Iieen assigned to observe the Brook- lyn.Nationals in corning games with a view to learning the style of play of the possible rival-contenders. Barry is understood to be ready to leave his home In Worcester, where he has been under treatment for a broken hand. Splints have boon removed, and the hand Is. healing well, but the question whether he can take his place it second world's series is Etill an open, one VETERAN IMMIGRATION OFFICIAL IS DEAD London Sept 21 Alfred Canadian immi- gration agent, died at Liverpool fast HP was sent over in 1897, when the immigration propaganda still was under the direction of tile high commis- sionor, b'efore it had :been en- dowed.with .a: special adminis- tratlve London. MADE IN CANAPA 1t'oli well, tor (0 ow. Cliiett, ic Co., Inc., Mnkcra IECTION Lightweight Championship Battle Over Long Route Likely To Be Staged Here Early In Bayley To Box In Vernon October 2nd BASEBALL SCORES AMERICAN Won Lost Pet. Boston 89 61 -593 Chicago......... 8K 64 .573 Detroit.........' Sfi. 66 .566 New York....... 77 ?3 -613 iSt. Louis 78 74 .513 The Lethbrldge Sports and Amuse- ment Club received the following com- munication from Joe Bayley this morn- g: r "Am willing to come to Lethbridge any time during October... Will con- test the lightweight championship. I box in Vernon, October 2nd. (Signed) "JOE BAYLEY." Boxing fans will remember that Joe Bayley holds the lightweight pionship of. Canada. The (oca! Sports j. Club are making strong inducements to Bayley to come here during October Cleveland 76 Washington 75 Cham-1 Philadelphia 33 .507 .507 .223 Detroit .Can't Win Pennant .New York, Sept. can- not even tie Boston in the American and clash with Harry Anderson for ieagne-pennant race now. Should the title. The match would be a.corf Boston lose all ta remaining tracting hundreds of enthusiasts from all over the west. FIELDER JONES OF ST. LOUIS Tesreall look like a pigmy when he x 3 9 1 Shawkeyramt Wafers.; Ruth and Thomas. Washington-Philadelphia, rain. Chicago-Cleveland, both games post- poned. he: Boston Detroit Won Lost 89 65 SS 68 SIGNS PITCHING GIANT The St. Louis Browns have on hand a new pitcher who would be quite an addition to the giants of. the game after he gets his growth. So far he's only 18 years old ami billy a hoy, hut he stands six feet four inches'..and weighs 208 pounds, tie hails from Austin college of Sherman, Texas, and when Charley Barrett dug him up last June he weighed 175 pounds. Now, four months after, he weighs as stated l. At that rate he will, maize Jeff in the spring. Trout is Ilia name anil he is evidently some catch for Fisherman Barrett. He keaL about everything worth while In Texas collegiate circles last spring, averaging fifteen strike outs to the game and seldom yielding a hit. He has had no professional experience but, with confidence of youth, he avers he has not seen anything in the Amen- wellman in the fourth and can league so far that-hes afraid-of ,e o am( st_ Chicago Has a Chance to Win Chicago has a chance to win pro- viding Boston loses all remaining four with Comiskey's men winning their four with Cleveland now played on Saturday and Sunday. Bunched Hits 'Give Game St. Louis, Sept. bunch- How could a guy his siae be at of anything? d-of traid WINNER OF WOODBINE FEATURE RACE innings today Louis In i fast game 4 to 1 The I cals outhlt Detroit but except in the eighth inning could not get hen they meant runs, and in almost every inning men would be left on bases' Detioit 460 St Louis 1 s No-.batteries given BOWLING Uco M IIonane'E'lUiK.hoi rU (4) b) He ton Sweet with Jockey OberC in the saddle Iftnchni the trying Jta mile Vuturon featuring the opening iliy t at Park Toronto The DOMINION ALLEYS will open for the season and will be open in the pvcnmg only for the prcs ent. The Alleys have been re-sur- in Al conaitlon. The'Bowling Balls also in good shape, and Now Pins1 will make bowling a pleasure for you. DOMINIONSALLBYS Basement Dommlori Building Entmnce on Sixth Street S New York Shut'Out Boston, Sept. 'defence shut cut NeV York to'liy, vrhilc the Red Sox hammered out three runs off ShaTVkey. Ruth for Boston held New York to live .hits..' New York, as In the other two games 'the series, made tile, pigiith, lllling .the bases with only. one out, but a fast Are the base runners slowing up, double play spoiied theirj chances for are yie catcheis becoming more pro- n 5 3lncient ln checking attempted steals, New lork............ _ x -lor stiaightaway steal given Ai-e the base runners slowing up, NATIONAL No Change. in National the sacrifice hit and lit and run play? A decided change has- coma over the base i imnmg end of the. baseball game within the past few >ears, and the. -present season will, set ..a. new mark in base stealing not been reached In many years. In both the National and American, leagues There xvVis no change in the Na, ffa .National ana. .americ.u nil games ot pos- ".ere has been a marked falling off i, he- .base stealing, a feature of the gam sible etteut 011 the final standing be- ing stopped by rain. Rain .Stops Game Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, Sent. .base stealing, a feature of the game that has done much to add.. to ,itst popularity. No team in baseball today, eren ap-: preaches, the Giants of 1911, 191? and FhhoK Brooklyn Sent. proacnes, me ui x-j., anuSe. for BrobWyn were! the .250 mark. Tins season only one team in the two major leagues ap- doubttul. No other a of going so high. In the National league base nlng haa -been falliag off for Boiny time, hut the American league kept up well until this season. In 1911 slit teams in Ban Johnson's lugua s'tbli more than 200 bases during -the and in each of the thrsa Ing-campaign: five .teams this mark. j r V, SCHOOL SPORTS the'opposing pitchers. The two-teams will play a-'double header tomorrow to complete the may fore- cast this year's of the National league'; AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis Columbus 0., Toledo ;4; 6. Kansas City 0; Milwaukee 6. team in -the two major leagues ap- pears likely to finish the season with a total at 200 thelts. The St. Louis Browns appear reasonably certain of reaching the double century. The Yankees may get that high, but it is .PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 13; Oakland 6. Salt Lake 0; Los Angeles 2. Veruon 7; Portland. 5. r. O.R.F.U. 10 SUSPEND The Ontario Rugby Football Union w.Ill follow -the lead jot the "Big Four" this season, 'and suspend, operations in the senior likely go ahead withHlld-In'termediafe and jmv ior series. Nearly all the senior play- ers of all tho.unlons'irp'Jn kliakl, and tho O. R. P. U. .wll.l.ksop up the. good Work by -ftltlng mora; ;hoys tor the soldier game. "THo sales of 'Noblemen Cigars havo i more than trebled during tlio past j three months. Havo .you tried one i The annual neld day of. the Lethbridge schools was held -yesterday on. the exhibition grounds, but. the sports pro- gram was not completed, and the balance of the program will be carried out Monday, provid- ing the weather is good Thera are some of "the most Interest- ing events yet to be run off. The Herald will publish a com- plete list of the prize winners 'when the snorts are completed. .Some, Tobacconists will-try to selljyou other i WHY? Simply because there is less profit ,to them on ".PROMOTER" at three for a quarter. S DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL "Maktn :t ,1 ;